Nintendo has always been among the most relevant companies within the videogame industry, and over the decades we have seen the birth of numerous series that have marked the market and remain among the most loved by fans of the medium.
If the franchises of Super Mario, The Legend of Zelda, Kirby and others still continue to be on the crest of the wave today, many other IPs in the hands of Nintendo, including those of Baten Kaitos, Wario LandThe Frog For Whom The Bell Tolls, Trade & Battle: Card Hero, Chōsōjū Mecha MG ed F-Zero, have been left to rest for many years now. The requests from fans eager for sequels or remakes are certainly not lacking, but fulfilling everyone’s wishes is simply impossibleas stated by the president of the great N Shuntaro Furukawa.
A Nintendo investor asked Furukawa if there were plans to carry out new projects related to the aforementioned names, and this is what the leader of the Kyoto house had to comment:
“It is realistically difficult to develop new titles and remakesincluding sequels, for every Nintendo game people have requested, but we are very grateful and appreciate the expectations our fans have for our games. We can’t tell you if there are any plans for future remakes of a specific game but, during development, we always think about various possibilities that players can enjoy “.
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